Federal government relaxes rules for teacher qualifications

The U.S. Department of Education said it would give teachers in rural areas until 2007 to demonstrate they are "highly qualified" in the subject area under guidelines laid out by the No Child Left Behind Act. The department also said states could develop a single assessment for teachers assigned multiple subjects, rather than requiring them to demonstrate subject matter proficiency in all subjects taught.

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